Why Baker Mayfield Will Outlast LeBron’s Legacy In Cleveland

Why Baker Mayfield Will Outlast LeBron’s Legacy In Cleveland

Why Baker Mayfield Will Outlast LeBron’s Legacy In Cleveland

Former Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has been fined $10,026 for a "lewd gesture" at his offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens, according to ESPN.

Sunday concluded Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield's record-breaking rookie season that set the National Football League on fire. Honestly, I think at this point they're just saying each other's name because the public loves it.

Mayfield says he doesn't recall what exactly happened in the December 23 win (26-18) against the Bengals. "We have a lot of stuff within our locker room and within what we have going on offense".

It marked Mayfield's third touchdown pass of the game.

While the dates and times won't be announced for a while, normally in April, the Steelers know who will be on the schedule, including the traditional AFC North opponents.

Kitchens said he had no problem with Mayfield's actions. I told you guys, media tries to create controversy, right?

Mayfield plans to appeal the fine.

The quarterback's base pay is $480,000, or $28,235 per week, meaning the fine is nearly 36 percent of his weekly pay.

The two started beefing in the lead up to the NFL Draft, with Colin knocking Baker's off-field antics, then escalated to extraordinary heights when Cowherd hosted the No. 1 pick on his show.

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